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Dotonbori is known as center of Osaka Minami southern area.
A lot of tourist spots and restaurants attracts many tourists everyday.
Railway lines and subway lines gathered and good access to all round Osaka
and good for both business and sightseeing.

Please experience powerful and energetic Osaka.


Dotonbori is center of Minami southern area.
Big glico man neon sign, big moving crab signboard, octopus and Kuidaore Taro,
they are so often on TV or on magazines.
A lot of walk to eat spots spread east to west.
Don't forget to bring your camera with you.

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Shinsaibashi Shotengai - Shinsaibashi Shopping street -
The huge shopping street run through north to south of Minami southern area.

There are a lot of brand stores, fashion shops, grocery stores,
general fancy stores and restaurants.

It's too crowded in the weekend and you can't walk properly
because you might be jostled in the crowd.

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Kuromon market

The center of food located in the south side on Sennichimae street.

Fishmongers occupies half of about 180 stores in this market.
The number of fresh seafood food stands and restaurants are increasing.
Many cooks also visit this wholesale everyday to purchase Hon ma mon - the real foodstuffs.

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Namba Grand Kagetsu

Laugh, eat and laugh again.

Osaka culture scene is originated here.
Yoshimoto Creative agency management this comedy expert venue.
They have just renewal opened this venue and shopping zones
with all new tenants in December last year.
We are sure that you can have fabulous time at this venue. 

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Nippombashi Den den town

- Electrical shops and hobby shops-
Electric shops spread in the center along Sakaisuji.
A large number of discount sales stores lined up in this area.
Also there are lot of hobby and variety shops, business stores and restaurants, too.
Since 2005, about 700 meters on Sakaisuji is opened as vehicle-free area.

About 20 million people visit here every year.

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